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Excessive Runtime Errors at start up, Windows Explorer unresponsive

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#1 Solar Atrophy

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Posted 21 March 2011 - 06:39 PM

So sometimes (not all but most) when I start up my computer, I get back to back runtime errors from random programs (usually about 4-5 including AVG, Skype, Power ISO, and others).

After the pop ups I get Windows (not internet) explorer errors. I cannot copy, paste, or rename files; the buttons under the start menu are mostly unresponsive, the buttons on the alt cntrl delete page are mostly unresponsive, and my dock (rocket dock) is unresponsive. Everything else (except the programs that got the errors to begin with) runs fine. I'm thinking it's a Virus because... back to back runtime errors with unrelated programs, just aren't commonplace... at all.

I am on a Windows 7 32-bit PC.

I am usually pretty good at figuring out computer problems, but this one is new to me, and I'm stumped, even on web research. I'd really appreciate the help, thanks.

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